ISIS Surrounds Tomb of Suleymen Shah
The fundamentalist terror organization the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, or ISIS, has reportedly surrounded the Turkish territory in Syria the Tomb of Suleyman Shah.
ISIS State has surrounded the Tomb of Suleyman Shah in Syria, the sole piece of Turkish soil outside its borders. 36 Turkish soldiers are reportedly located at the tomb where they defend the territory.
According to Çetiner Çetin of the daily Turkish newspaper Yeni Şafak, leaders of Arab tribes have confirmed that 1100 ISIS militants are deployed around the tomb as of late Monday night.
Local sources claimed that militants have been pouring to the area for the past three days and it is a matter of time for them to take 36 Turkish soldiers as hostages.
Around 420 militants blocked the entrance to the tomb in the village named Cadde, with the belief that it is the first spot that Turkish Armed Forces would attack the ISIS.